At times, the main Jimmy character is as real as real can get, and at times, Jimmy becomes as fictional as one can get.
This novel combines many parts of fiction, nonfiction, and a futuristic vision together with an autobiographical comedy, all in one.
Also, it tells the story of his unconventional spiritual process in achieving his spiritual zenith.
As they say, a road with no obstacles leads nowhere. So was the turbulent road toward his Damascus.
They also say that the road most traveled is not the only road to destiny. Jimmy deviated.
It took a lot of sculpting and chiseling from the potters to achieve perfection; however, Jimmy was not more than willing to be sculpted, so he kicked like a mule and bucked like a stallion that accidentally rubbed his butt on a cactus. And like a real mule, he was destined to carry heavy loads.
This novel begins in 1962, in a tough part of the Bronx, New York, the same time span as when Kennedy was assassinated.
He was a ten-year-old child that migrated from Italy to the United States of America with only one dollar in his pocket. He also had the vast English vocabulary of only one word: okay.
One can only imagine the rest.
bound: 276 pages
publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc. (April 17, 2017)
filesize: 907 KB